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    Default Transferring Google Chrome settings from Ubuntu

    I just installed openSUSE 11.4. I previously used Ubuntu and want to transfer the settings for Google Chrome (which I have installed) across from my old Ubuntu home directory to the new openSUSE set-up.

    Although there was a 'Google' folder in the old Ubuntu home directory, there does not appear to be one in the openSUSE home directory.

    I tried copying the original 'Google' diectory from Ubuntu home to openSUSE home, but this doesn't work.

    Does Google Chrome store its settings in a different folder in openSUSE?

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    Default Re: Transferring Google Chrome settings from Ubuntu

    It's hidden in /home/user/.config
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    Default Re: Transferring Google Chrome settings from Ubuntu

    That did the trick. Many thanks.

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    Default Re: Transferring Google Chrome settings from Ubuntu

    Quote Originally Posted by Gewitty View Post
    That did the trick. Many thanks.
    You are most welcome
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